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CD+DVD DEVILS & DUST (2005)

Bruce Springsteen CD+DVD DEVILS & DUST (2005) Doble disco (1 CD + 1 DVD) Columbia Records UPC 5099752000029

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CD+DVD DEVILS & DUST

Bruce Springsteen (editado en 2005).

Doble disco, editado en 2005 (1 CD + 1 DVD)

 

Country: Made In THE EU
Released Year: 2005

EAN:5099752000029

Record Label: Columbia

Track Listing: 

 

1. Devils And Dust
2. All The Way Home
3. Reno
4. Long Time Comin'
5. Black Cowboys
6. Maria's Bed
7. Silver Palomino
8. Jesus Was An Only Son
9. Leah
10. Hitter
11. All I'm Thinkin' About
12. Matamoros Banks

1. Devils And Dust (live acoustic video footage/DVD)
2. Long Time Comin' (live acoustic video footage/DVD)
3. Reno (live acoustic video footage/DVD)
4. All I'm Thinkin' About (live acoustic video footage/DVD)
5. Matamoros Banks (live acoustic video footage/DVD)

PAL REGION 2

Details
Producer: Bruce Springsteen, Brendan O'Brien, Chuck Plotkin
Distributor: Sony Music Distribution
Recording Type: Studio
Recording Mode: Stereo
SPAR Code: n/a


Album Notes
In much the same way that he followed the full-on assault of THE RIVER with the scaled-down, folk-based NEBRASKA, some two-and-a-half decades later, Bruce Springsteen makes another stylistic about-face. In stark contrast to its predecessor, 2002's uplifting, epic-scale rocker THE RISING, DEVILS & DUST is a spare, quiet, acoustic-oriented album full of shadows and whispers.Where THE RISING, a direct response to the tragedy of 9/11, rallied the spirit with impassioned optimism, the characters Bruce inhabits on DEVILS & DUST are often neck-deep in regret, bitterness, and despair. Not only does the album demonstrate the width of Springsteen's emotional range; perhaps more importantly, it contains some of his finest writing since its spiritual cousin, 1987's similarly harrowing, low-key TUNNEL OF LOVE. Over a bed of acoustic guitars, occasional keyboards, and a no-frills rhythm section (plus the odd string section--a new wrinkle), Bruce matches hard-won emotional insights with poetic reveries that never abandon personal resonance for flights of fancy. In the process, he careens sharply away from those who would freeze him in the full-bore-rocker role of which he sometimes wearies.The second side of the DualDisc version of DEVILS & DUST contains live acoustic performances of five songs from the album. Springsteen's spoken introductions to the tunes provide an additional level of intimacy to these extra features.

Personnel: Bruce Springsteen (vocals, guitar, keyboards, bass guitar, drums, tambourine, percussion); Marty Rifkin (steel guitar); Brendan O'Brien (hurdy-gurdy, sarangi, sitar, bass guitar, tambora); Soozie Tyrell (violin, background vocals); The Nashville String Machine (strings); Brice Andrus, Susan Welty, Thomas Witte, Donald Strand (horns); Chuck Plotkin (piano); Danny Federici (keyboards); Steve Jordan (drums); Patti Scialfa, Lisa Lowell (background vocals); Mark Pender.In much the same way that he followed the full-on assault of THE RIVER with the scaled-down, folk-based NEBRASKA, some two-and-a-half decades later, Bruce Springsteen made another stylistic about-face. In stark contrast to its predecessor, 2002's uplifting, epic-scale rocker THE RISING, DEVILS & DUST is a spare, quiet, acoustic-oriented album full of shadows and whispers.Where THE RISING, a direct response to the tragedy of 9/11, rallied the spirit with impassioned optimism, the characters Bruce inhabits on DEVILS & DUST are often neck-deep in regret, bitterness, and despair. Not only does the album demonstrate the width of Springsteen's emotional range; perhaps more importantly, it contains some of his finest writing since its spiritual cousin, 1987's similarly harrowing, low-key TUNNEL OF LOVE. Over a bed of acoustic guitars, occasional keyboards, and a no-frills rhythm section (plus the odd string section--a new wrinkle), Bruce matches hard-won emotional insights with poetic reveries that never abandon personal resonance for flights of fancy. In the process, he careens sharply away from those who would freeze him in the full-bore-rocker role of which he sometimes wearies.

Editorial Reviews
Opener 'Devils and Dust' spotlights Springsteen's spare acoustic strums and gorgeously worn growls.
Paste

Ranked #48 in Mojo's 100 Modern Classics -- Springsteen's the invisible creator on the inside of each character, persuading us to feel, see and connect.
Mojo

Ranked #4 in Mojo's The 50 Best Albums Of 2005 - [E]erie, funny, melancholy, sombre, broken, foul-mouthed, joyous. In a word, human.
Mojo

4 stars out of 5 - [T]he tone is sombre, drenched in memories and regrets. In the tradition of JOAD or NEBRASKA, Springsteen aims for a sense of timelessness.
Uncut

[D]EVILS is a more mature effort than JOAD and NEBRASKA, for being a little less bleak... - Grade: A-
Entertainment Weekly

4.5 stars out of 5 - [R]endered with a subdued, mostly acoustic flair that smells of wood smoke and sparkles in the right places like stars in a clear Plains sky.
Rolling Stone